U.S. 6 crosses Utah from the Snake Valley in Nevada 373.96 miles to the Grand Valley leading into Colorado. Running concurrently with U.S. 50, U.S. 6 traverses remote areas of Millard County across the Ferguson Desert, Confusion Range and Tule Valley. Curving northward around the House Range, U.S. 6 & 50 continue north of the dry bed of Sevier Lake through the Sevier Desert to Hinckley and Delta. The two highways part ways in Delta, concluding an 89.40 mile overlap east from the state line.
Trending southward, U.S. 6 reenters Utah County to Colton and climbs again through Price Canyon in Carbon County. U.S. 191 combines with U.S. 6 south at milepost 229.95, and the two advance southeast to Helper and a freeway bypass around Price. Beyond Wellington, U.S 6/191 travel through sparsely populated areas southward by the Book Cliffs to Gunnison Valley and Interstate 70.
U.S. 6/191 accompany Interstate 70 and U.S. 50 through Green River. U.S. 6 overlays the freeway for 70.60 miles to the Colorado State line and overall to Grand Junction.
|Eastbound U.S. 6 merges onto Interstate 15 north between Santaquin and Spanish Fork. This shield assembly is posted at the diamond interchange joining the two routes at the east end of Main Street in Santaquin. 06/07/10|
06/07/10 by Landry Heaton
Page Updated 07-31-2018.